Stall Holder Spotlight: Loyola

In the lead up to our Everything and Everyone Market we’ll be highlighting some of the amazing stall holders on offer.

Loyola specialises in queer clothing, accessories and gifts. Loyola aims to represent the rainbow community through their products, they dream of inspiring their customers to embrace their truth, own their pride, and relentlessly love their own self. Check out their online store: https://www.loyola.co.nz 

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Stall holder spotlight: Hairbrushed

In the lead up to our Everything and Everyone Market we’ll be highlighting some of the amazing stall holders on offer.

Hairbrushed will have prints, keychains, stickers and badges available! Drawing a collection of their own characters + fanart of characters they love. You can find more of Hairbrushed’s art on instagram: @hairbrushed

Guess Who’s Back?

The Everything and Everyone Market is back for the Auckland Pride Festival in 2019! The market will be held on

Saturday February 16th from 9am-1pm, New Lynn Community Centre

If you’re interested in applying for a stall head on over to the Stall Holder’s application page – stall space is limited so get in quick!

We’re very excited this year to offer our first ever workshop!

11.30 – 12.30: Free bookbinding workshop

learn single section pamphlet sewing. A practical, hands- on demonstration. This is a great, useful, easy to learn skill, that you can add to your repertoire if you’re into making zines, writing, poetry, journaling, self-publishing, feel like being creative or just want to have a go at something different.

 

Joe Horton is a qualified hand bookbinder, with over 15 years experience, with many of his creations winning industry accolades and awards for his employers. Some examples of his work are housed in the Auckland Libraries: Special Collections. He’s approachable, hands on, and enthusiastic about sharing his love and passion for bookbinding with others.

STALLHOLDER SPOTLIGHT: R&M Zines

R & M Zines are the amazing zines of Makyla Curtis and Richard Kearney. They make heaps of different zines both collaboratively and individually including art zines, poetry zines, zines in te reo Māori, abstract comics and asemic writing.

You can check out more of Makyla’s work on her blog: http://www.makyla.wordpress.com

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